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Figures and Results from this paper. Citations Publications citing this paper. The agriculture industry is applying WSN in their systems for surveillance and monitoring the environment.
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For plantation applications, a WSN is used for control and protection and for providing a real-time system. These applications include, for instance, to detect the presence of disease, temperature and moisture of the soil.
The quality and coverage of a wireless link in a plantation area needs to be understood due to the effect of vegetation such as propagation loss resulting from the ground and canopy reflection. In this paper, the development of wireless sensor networks in canopy areas is reviewed. The problem of propagation link in canopy areas is identified.
The structure of WSN is discussed with suggestions to create a reliable communication link.
From the studies reviewed, the information to design a wireless sensor network in canopy areas for application in plantations is provided. Military surveillance, home health care or assisted living, and environmental science are three major application areas for wireless sensor networks. Revolutionary changes are possible in these application areas by using wireless sensor networks.
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To show the breadth and advantages of this technology, design and implementation details are presented for three systems, one in each of these three application domains. View via Publisher. Open Access.
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